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YouTube To Stop Free Streaming! Users Will Have To Pay To Watch Videos

Youtube is constantly evolving. YouTube is currently fighting an Ad Blocker war and lowers the speed on devices which have ad blockers.

Edited By : simran rajpal | Updated: Feb 5, 2024 02:07 IST
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Youtube is constantly evolving. YouTube is currently fighting an Ad Blocker war. The corporation intends to lower the speed for Ad Blocker users. This implies that if you use an ad blocker, you will now experience slow video speed. YouTube has been making these adjustments since last year, but they have only recently been applied.

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Problems Faced By YouTube Users

Many users are facing poor loading times, and their only alternative is to either pay for the ad blocker separately or purchase a premium subscription. YouTube’s ad-blocking approach was implemented in response to dwindling revenue. Because blocking ads has a direct influence on earnings. YouTube Watches Ad blocking is a violation of the Terms of Service.

What Action YouTube Takes On Using Ad Blockers

If a user wishes to view ad-free material, YouTube offers a separate paid premium subscription. YouTube makes a lot of money with its help. However, many users now use third-party ad blockers. The corporation has already begun developing several measures to deal with this.

The first method is to use a pop-up notice to halt it. Because using Ad Blocker directly means that you are violating YouTube’s terms of service. Following that, users are given a notification and asked to uninstall the ad blocker. However, for many users, this warning is ineffective. YouTube, on the other hand, slows down the video pace in the second technique.

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First published on: Jan 16, 2024 02:55 PM IST

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